To work for a US company probably wouldn't work, as it would still be income earned in the foreign country.Some U.S. companies deliberately structure their overseas offices so their U.S. employees overseas are treated like their U.S.-based employees for tax purposes. I know of one U.S. company (Boeing's office in the UK) that goes so far as to hire outside accountants to prepare personal income tax returns for their U.S. employees overseas because the various tax rules are so complicated.I'll conceded the affected employees have to have unique skills, and the companies involved have to be the largest of the large companies. I'll also concede that France is a particularly difficult environment for U.S. ex-pats. Still, you may want to explore possibilities.David Jacobs
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